Join the Mission Historical Museum (MHM) on Saturday, October 29th, from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. as they celebrate their annual Día de los Muertos Festival. This year’s Day of the Dead festival will consist of various attractions.
Innovation Arts and Entertainment is proud to announce the return of Broadway in McAllen, which consists of topflight, live stage entertainment based at the McAllen Performing Arts Center. Broadway in McAllen will bring the Best of Touring Broadway direct from New York, including for the first time ever, the nine-time Tony Award Winning Best Musical The Book of Mormon, the fantastic holiday performances of Postmodern Jukebox’s A Very Postmodern Christmas, the entertaining new musical On Your Feet, the incredible spectacular The Illusionists Magic of the Holidays, and the acrobatic wonders of Cirque Dreams Holidaze.
The 16th Annual 2022 Fiesta de Palmas is set for this weekend, October 21st through 23rd, and promises to be the biggest Fiesta yet.
The event is to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the McAllen Convention Center and will feature a hefty line up of live music, carnival rides, diverse foods, and interactive activities.
Cool off and relax while listening to the tropical sounds of Ache de Barrio with E Hula Mai dancers and bubbles everywhere at Quinta Mazatlan in McAllen. On Thursday, August 11th from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. dress in colorful Hawaiian Luau attire and bring bubbles for the outdoor concert in the park.
The Port Isabel is bringing back a tradition that was started in 2004 – Movies at the Lighthouse. Movies will be projected on the side of the historical Port Isabel Lighthouse. No admission fee, Concessions will be available. The lighthouse will be open until 9 p.m. for tours (tours do have an admission). Movies start at 9 p.m.
By Herb Moering
Tourist Day in Nuevo Progreso, Mexico was a “breeze” for Winter Texans attending the all-day appreciation of visitors’ celebration on March 21.
Despite the strong gusts of wind, Winter Texans enjoyed the entertainment, the trinkets, and the food, which included free tamales as the visitors came across the international bridge over the Rio Grande River.
Thousands of people walked the downtown streets of Weslaco, celebrating what may have been the nicest day of the year to date, in honor of the 1015 onion.
They ate, drank and were entertained – or entertaining - as the much-loved onion, known as the “million-dollar baby” took center stage at the annual festival that returned after a COVID-19 pandemic halt.